DISTRIBUTED ANTENNA SYSTEMS (DAS)

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DAS provides evenly distributed wireless coverage through a network of antennas systematically placed throughout the building.

DESIGN  BUILD/ASSIST

Many jurisdictions are following NFPA guidelines for requiring distributed antenna systems in larger buildings and new construction to strengthen radio frequencies per code requirements. Our team is comprised of iBwave certified designers that have extensive knowledge of codes and regulations. We will work with you to create a wireless DAS system to best fit your needs whether it's for a new building or an existing building. 

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PUBLIC SAFETY DAS

During an emergency, a reliable DAS system will make all the difference. It is imperative that first responders such as firefighters and EMTs can effectively communicate on their radios in emergencies such as fires, natural disasters, security threats, and more. 

 

The NFPA and IFC have set regulations that local governments are adopting to ensure that requirements and initiatives are in place to establish an efficient, secure, and life-saving communication system for first responders and those affected by a crisis.

 

This ensures that radio signals will be received by first responders during emergency situations for all parts of the building including stairwells, elevators, and basements. 

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CELLULAR DAS

Now more than ever, organizations rely on reliable cellular coverage to operate efficiently. Cellular DAS provides buildings with the necessary coverage. Our team is equipped to provide: pre-construction planning, RF grid testing, design by iBWave certified designers, engineering, and installation services to meet your needs. 

DAS THIRD PARTY TESTING

We are an FCC licensed BDA contractor qualified to perform Public Safety 3rd Party Tests to measure and document off‐the‐air signal levels per the procedure defined in the California Fire Code and the local jurisdiction.

SYSTEM PARTNERS

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